Stepparents: What are your rights?

Family relationships can be tricky in any situation, but they can be especially difficult to navigate if you are the stepparent of a child instead of being biologically related to […]

What are my rights if my holiday accommodation is cancelled?

With Liverpool being announced as the host city for the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, people are reporting their previously booked holiday accommodations being cancelled. But what are your rights when […]

What you need to know about no-fault divorce

A new change to divorce law has made getting divorced a more straightforward process for everyone involved.  The landmark reform introduced no-fault divorce and is looking to reduce the conflict […]

Is your home doorbell breaking the law?

As technology develops, so do the gadgets in our homes, and one thing that has seen a massive rise in popularity is the doorbell camera. These videos allow us to […]

Supplement your income with help from Rocket Lawyer

With the new school year starting, the cost of living going up, and even Christmas almost around the corner, it’s a great time to see what you can do to […]

Back to school: flexible working and leave rights for parents and carers

The new school year is fast approaching. For many parents, it will be the first time they’ve had to make sure their work is flexible enough to allow them to […]

Can you divorce in the UK if you or your spouse live abroad?

A divorce can be a difficult and complicated time for anyone, but this can be particularly true if one party lives in another country. Many couples are left wondering whether […]

What are the benefits of a no-fault divorce and why should you consider one?

Taking the decision to get a divorce is never an easy one, but the road to seeing it through can be even harder. The process of a divorce involves complicated […]

How to make sure your wedding runs smoothly

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Planning a wedding takes a lot of time and effort and can be quite costly. To make sure you get to enjoy your big day, and that everything (including anything […]

Travelling abroad with your child

With Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel rules relaxing across large parts of the world, many are hoping to travel abroad this year. Families, in particular, are hoping to take advantage of the […]

What are the passport rules for travelling to the EU?

With the Queen’s Jubilee and the extended bank holiday coming up, many people will be planning to go on holiday abroad, including in the European Union (EU). Due to Brexit, […]

Long Covid – is it a disability?

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With restrictions easing across the UK, the initial emergency of the Covid-19 pandemic may feel like it is over. However, many people continue to suffer from prolonged symptoms, known as […]